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May 2016 Archives

Dash cam evidence provides insight into car accident cases

The judicial system is one which requires irrefutable proof in order to establish a conviction based upon guilt. When it comes to motor vehicle accidents, accident reconstruction is often necessary to remove some ambiguity and determine causation. However, in the event that someone has an added level of technology employed in the use of their vehicle, such information can provide valuable insight into what events led up to a collision or car accident.

Getting the support you need when you've lost a loved one

We've all experienced the death of a loved one and know that it is the most stressful situation a person can go through. When that death is unexpected, it can be even more devastating as there was no time to plan for life in the absence of our loved one. Possibly the most overwhelming of these already challenging situations is when the death of our loved one results from another party's negligence. Questions, frustration and anger pile on top of the already crushing sadness when you think about how the death could have been avoided.

Protecting Seniors from nursing home neglect

The prospect of nursing home care can be daunting. Whether you are considering it for yourself or for an elderly mother or father, you worry about finding a good facility where you or your parents will receive quality care. You may be studying nursing homes, which may be skilled nursing or long-term care facilities, but, like many prospective customers, you may not be certain how to evaluate the facility.

Don't forget to do these 4 things after an accident

According recent records from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, authorities documented over six million accident reports in 2014. Of these crashes, more than two million people were injured and nearly 33,000 died. The point: Car crashes happen all of the time.

How can I tell if someone is treated properly in a nursing home?

When we entrust the care of our elderly loved ones to a nursing home, we expect they will be treated well. It is our right and the right of our loved one to expect a reasonable standard of care. Sadly, there are times when this trust is misplaced. Nursing home negligence occurs, by definition, when nursing home staff fails to exercise proper care. Unfortunately, this type of neglect happens far too frequently across the United States and careful consideration must be given when selecting the right nursing home.

Sustaining life-changing injuries on the construction site

When you leave to go to work each day, the last thing you expect is to be seriously injured on the job site. However, a significantly large number of accidents occur on construction sites across the country each year, and New York is no exception. Some of the risks associated with construction sites, making them more dangerous than the average workplace, are the potential for falls from heights, scaffolding falls, electric shock from faulty power tools or exposed electrical wiring, lack of proper protective equipment and even repetitive strain injuries.

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